Perogies, Donuts, and Beers that will have you coming back for more. The “Peg” as it is commonly referred to is smack dab in the middle of Canada and its food influences come from around the world. It could quite possibly be the perogie capital of Canada.
Browsing: Where to Eat/Drink
If you haven’t guessed already I have fallen in love with the Yukon. The people are friendly, adventures are epic and the culinary scene is on point. Just because snow is on the ground for five months of the year doesn’t mean that Whitehorse restaurants ignore culinary trends.
Regina, Home to Great Food and Great Beer including Avenue Restaurant which was named one of Canada’s best new restaurants by Air Canada. Oh and check out Rebellion Brewing for a rebellious pint or 2
Where can you enjoy authentic homestyle perogies just like Baba used to make, maple bacon fried rice topped with a fried egg, and craft cocktails good enough to win awards? It is not one restaurant that I am talking about, it is the city of Saskatoon.
When I travel the first thing I look for are local products and that includes beer and spirits. In Saskatoon, there are a whole bunch of microbreweries and distillers worth checking out. I went to four all within city limits.
You can’t visit Porto without exploring the culinary scene and it is my goal to have at least one Francesinha during my 48 hours in Porto.
Victoria has always had a wealth of great pubs, but now there is also an explosion in the Victoria craft beer market that makes a beer/pub crawl exciting